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Peter Gabriel a fan of Radiohead-esque Internet efforts

Part musician, part technology investor, Peter Gabriel applauded efforts by NIN and Radiohead to use the Internet to distribute music.

By April 18, 2008


Rocker Peter Gabriel offers Filter to cut through online clutter

Musician is backing a recommendation engine that combines a wide range of people's tastes to deliver suggestions more likely to "entertain, excite, and inspire."

By April 14, 2008


Nokia takes on Apple with music store

Following in Apple's footsteps, Nokia has announced Ovi, a set of online services for its mobile phones. But in chasing the hot new handset maker, Nokia threatens to alienate carriers.

By August 30, 2007


Samsung plans own music service

Korean company teams with MusicNet for European service that will work with its forthcoming MP3 players.

By September 1, 2006


Loudeye names new CEO

Michael Brochu takes the helm as digital-media company raises estimates for its fourth quarter.

By February 1, 2005


Nokia, Loudeye to partner on music software

Finnish phone giant buys into the school of thought that says cool new phones must be able to play MP3s.

August 9, 2004


Clogger of P2P networks to shut down

Overpeer, a service that flooded file-swapping networks with fake music and videos, is closing its doors.

By December 9, 2005


Loudeye song service thinks small

Its IndieSource program is designed to help companies building online song stores get easier access to independent music labels.

By April 13, 2004


A Coke and a song for Kiwis

Soft-drink giant Coca-Cola teams with Loudeye to open a branded online store in New Zealand.

By August 2, 2005


Loudeye snags antipiracy start-up

The digital music services provider acquires Overpeer, a company dealing in antipiracy services for record companies and digital content distributors.

March 2, 2004